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but in the same world in this city we have graced to have a willie brown. a man who is not only a bona fide celebrity. he's a celebrated presence, locally, nationally and also a dynamic leader. one can easily ascribe the words to his career, dazzling. it's a dazzling career full of deeply significant and dazzling first as we've mentioned. his mayoral inauguration included a party to which 10,000 people attended. local restaurants provided 10,000 meals to the homeless. who does that? on that kind of a scale? willie brown does that. [ applause ] i'm so glad you are applauding. it gives me time to get water. if i were younger, hipper, i would breakout into a rap right now to talk about his virtues and his life and career. if i were to do that, it might sound something like this. you all ready ? when you think of willie brown you want no other, he's the one you count as your brother, what else can i say? i can't say no more. through the streets of san francisco makes you want to sing. when you think of willie brown we like no other. he's the kind of dude that you like as your bro
and fashion icon, the one and the only the honorable willie l. brown junior. [ applause ] growing in the area, his accomplishments and contributions to the world at large and public service were not lost on me and it is really been a dream come true for me to grow up and get to know him professionally and personally. my father and willie were acquaintances and fraternity brothers. >> when he was elected the first african american mayor i was right up there front and center in 1996 and channel five was out there reporting and they included me in the news coverage and interviewed me and i was historical and crying and emotional and the camera lingered on my black power fist. and fast forward for when i was in washington, d.c. when i was there for barack obama first inauguration and there i went with my fist again more tears flowing and i was not the only one thinking about the shoulders on which the president stood, including those of mayor brown who without question paved the way for president obama and countness others. so today we celebrate all that he is and all that he has done and all tha
. jason derek brown. and we're like, okay, well, who is he? >> reporter: who indeed? jason derek brown's fingerprint was in the national crime information center computer because of an arrest four years earlier for stealing golf clubs from a north carolina sporting goods store. after the fingerprint off the bike had given investigators brown's name, another federal computer spit out the next clue. >> we got the name of jason brown and we started looking at everything. we ran with the help of bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms, we ran through their data bases any gun purchases by him. and that pinged on the recent purchase up in salt lake. >> reporter: atf records indicated that a jason brown bought a handgun just a few weeks earlier in utah. it was almost midnight the day after the shooting when salt lake city-based fbi agents located firearms instructor clark aposhian. >> he had this little 3 series bmw, very nice-looking car. laid back. that southern california surfer type. >> reporter: he made room for brown in a class. >> he was very cocky. he was very arrogant. >> reporter: a
this opportunity to celebrate an icon of san francisco. the brown twin sisters have been with us for many decades. mary is here today, she's here in celebration and memory of her sister as we all are and we want to take this opportunity to use the arbor day to have a cedar tree, a tree that will grow taller than mary or i. it will grow to be a hundred feet tall. it will be a tree that will be celebrated here in san francisco for generations to come and we thought it would be not only appropriate, but we thought it would be our honor by planting this tree in recognition of vivian and her wonderful contributions to our city. and we are especially blessed with maryann honoring us with her presence. it's not that easy for her to get around these days but she has and continues to be part of an incredible twin sisters. but now she's also missing vivian as much as we are and we felt this would be a proper way to create a celebratory atmosphere on how we miss vivian, how much she meant to us and take this opportunity for arbor day to plant this tree in her name. how is that, maryann for a great celebrat
francisco ans such as mary rodgers and howard thurman, danny glory, willie brown and now london breed who have given of themselves, that all people, black, white, yellow, brown and red might reach their full potential. almighty god, hear us as we lay our lives before you to be blessed. help us to know ourselves through godly introspection, that in seeing ourselves as you see us, we may more readily revise and correct our lives. we know that you have made us one and all in your image. and, so, we pray that we will mirror you as we live our day to day lives. we are broken people living in a broken world, and we need you to help us to cope and mend our brokenness. we pray for those who have been pushed into the zone of desperation. we pray for those with illnesses that medical science cannot cure. we pray for those in whom hate has become malignant and those in whom hope has died. bless our fair city and its leadership. bless our governor, and give strength to our president barack obama. this is our prayer in jesus' name, amen. >>> amen. (applause) >> lift every voice and sing till earth and
and punishments. jeffrey brown has our book conversation. >> brown: they begin as often grisly tales of murder, the stuff of the tabloids and nightly news, but some of these crime stories end up in the supreme court, part of a continuing and evolving debate in this country about the death penalty, its methods, its effectiveness, its morality. a new book explores this history. it's titled "murder at the supreme court: lethal crimes and landmark cases." its authors are veteran journalists martin clancy and tim o'brien. the title sounds like an agatha christie mystery but you're after something quite serious. why, martin, were you... why a book on murder, the law and a supreme court? >> because the crimes intrigued us. i mean, the cases legally are very interesting and tim can speak to that. but as reporters we were both intrigued by the stories behind those crimes. i mean there are human beings, victims, perpetrators, families. we take you literally from the scene of the crime to the court. >> brown: and the stories become law at a local level and then you're telling us about how they bubble up
collins, [speaker not understood], the reverend amos brown, denise tyson, linda richardson, sonya harris, patricia thomas, veronica honeycut, these are just the names of a few of our commissioners who are heading up those very important divisions of our city. and they are joining with me and with the supervisors and with the department heads to do what mrs. obama asked us to do. whenever we occupy these public positions throughout the city or throughout the state or throughout the nation, we do the right thing, we keep the doors of opportunity open and enriched for everybody else. and we're already seeing it happen. yesterday i was at the luncheon for the boys and girls club, wonderful, wonderful entity that's reaching out to all of our young high school kids and make sure they're motivated to go to college. you should have heard them talk about their futures. you should also hear them ask for our help, because i know as much as anybody else that our kids will inherit the good things that we do. they will also inherit the things that we fail to do. and i'm about making sure that we fail
with his liquid brown eyes and full lips and his brown hair brushed into submission and parted on the side, the stubborn to youngster who like his father couldn't bear to concede the point. in some ways he was a typical child in the 50's. he owned a leather jacket with fringe and the daniel boone had to the tail around the back said his mother. and he had the biggest collection of toy guns of every sort. when i spoke to my analyst about it, he said let him have them. he won't want to have any more of them when he grows up. but the death of the rosenbergs was an ongoing on spoken terror that predated his childhood. one day he summoned the courage to approach the subject with his father. could they get you and mom, he asked. no, we are artists. although his response wasn't particularly on point, he was somewhat comforted by this response. but tom's year for his parents didn't keep him from participating in political causes. he and his classmates spent many saturdays picketing the protesting the five and dime segregated lunch counter policies in the southern united states. ticketing woolworth
brown, and supervisor scott wiener and david campos, and the commission of the police department, and friends and staff and friends and family here to witness the promotion of 56 officers of our police department. you know many of you have heard me say in the city that we are the world passage, and rightly so. we are doing things that no other city is doing to lead the way. not just for economic recovery but job creation. showing the way. and our mission bay and biotech, the latest discovers and drugs, the cure of cancer with residents of san francisco working there. we host the biggest and best conventions in the world to bring people together in this great city to do things that collaborate with each other. whether it's business or medicine or research. we have some of the best research and diversity here that are anchoring the discovery. at the same time we host some of the best sports teams in the world. and you know that we are winning the world series and collaborative teamwork that we are doing. or trying to make five more yards in some super bowl. this is a world-class ci
. >> the doelger building under landmark no. 10. >> thank you. i'm the sponsor of this landmark. miss brown is here. would you like to make remarks about the landmarking? >> yes. thank you. good afternoon supervisors, mary brown to present the proposed -- as individual landmark t building was added to the historic preservation in work program in june 2011 to september 19, 2012 and the october 3rd recommendation hearing. the commission voted unanimously for the building based on a historical and architectural buildings. from 1932-1950 served as a base of operations and through extra ordinarily rapid expansion and architectural art expression and extreme modern design and represents a successful merging of the two modern styles. examples of the design elements influenced by these styles includes a step backcountry way, curved walls and over hangs. features extend to the public lobby area which display art deco in spiert inspired on the door. and pattern railings. the property was recently purchased by jeff dar by and he's been contacted for preservation of the building. mr. dar beis in the process o
, dorene, the honorable mayor willie brown in the back and the of course the amazing and brilliant port staff. thank you all for being here today. i want to take a moment of where we are in cruising. the cruise lines are building new ships and doubling their fleet. their carrying double or triple times the amount of passengers as before. but shockingly in the united states, cruise terminal are shrinking. and the industry is expanding, cruise cities and cruise ports are trying to figure out how to address that demand. in many cases those ports are putting up tents to process passengers as the port of san francisco does when we have too many ships or they are rehabilitating warehouse sheds at pierre 35 and dog doing what we have done here today in building a new terminal. this terminal, unlike any other in the nation is dual purposed everything about this terminal is meant to be used for cruise shipping and efficiency, but also for the region and for the visitors and the residents alike. not just the terminal itself, but the park that will come in 2014. the immense valley here and at the
thinking of the possibility. governor brown and mayor signed an agreement to promote samsung expansion in san jose. according to the mercury news, it's worth lots of money per employee for five years. >> they'll go from 500 employees to 2000 employees over the next couple of years. >> reporter: the deal brings environment environmentally friendly event event event research center. samsung is already in austin where employees are 2500 and is expanding their plant. >> more smaller size company to come to get closer to samsung, to get closer to the cyst co. i think in the long run it's a benefit to san jose. >> the city says it's not giving anything away except future tax breaks. >>> on tuesday the supreme court will hear a challenge to proposition 8. the voter passed initiative defines marriage between a man and a woman. >> when we talk about fund meantlized as related to the constitution we're talking about those sacred of all the rights we have. the united states supreme court describes it as such
of their altitude before it was too late. >>> and the fbi is joining the search for a missing brown university student. the 22-year-old philosophy major has not been seen in more than one week. his cell phone, wallet and i.d. were found in the apartment he shared with other students. >>> in health news for you, if you're up feeding your baby at this hour, you want to hear this one. there's a new study that says parents are feeding their babies solid food too early. 40% of parents surveyed fed their children solid food at 4 months. the american academy of pediatrics recommends you wait until 6 months. early introduction of solid foods can increase your child's risk of obesity, diabetes and celiac disease. >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by vagisil. bring yourself back. >>> earlier we told you about the deal reached in cyprus to secure a bailout this morning. so far it's having a positive impact on stocks around the globe. in the u.s., gasoline prices dropped three cents in the past two weeks. according to the lundberg survey, billings, montana, has the lowest price. chicago has th
building inspector with the department building inspection. welcome to our brown bag lunch series. this is the regular third thursday of every month event. we are finishing up with a talk about the outside lambs, an area that was previously considered uninhabitable. uninhabitable due to fog. [inaudible] but we have with us a couple of real experts in outside plans. -- i am outside -- in outside lands. woody has devoted a lot of his time and effort to the outside lands. >> we are a nonprofit in our 10th year, and we are dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of san francisco. >> it is great to have you here. and pat, who has a lot of knowledge and brought to be sure today a lot of [inaudible] , and she can share with that -- she can share that with us as well, and we only regret that harvey the wonder dog could not be here. we talked about [inaudible] what area, generally, are we talking about? >> the term came from what was called the pueblo land when the san francisco peninsula was switched over from mexican ownership to american ownership. certain tracts were preserved,
in trouble for that. willie brown actually made his name by going and trying to see one of the homes. it was a very political thing. he would walk up with a whole bunch of people in the person showing the home would sneak away. >> even in the teens, there were a lot of neighborhoods that had restrictions against certain groups of people. >> this was in the 1950's. willie mays had trouble buying a house in san francisco. a couple of people would not show him a house. they had to enlist the mayor and a bunch of people. this is their reservoir. companies would take a block and there would start wrecking houses. there were building two a day -- they were building two with a. the 1930's were the big boom times for the sunset. >> this is a recession. >> these are the homes in west would park. -- in westwood park. >> how did this perform? the composite the assembly -- come's assembly -- composite assembly. >> they would stucco it. they would put chicken wire on it. >> when i inspect buildings that are being remodeled, i see that the chicken wire mesh is completely gone. >> it is galvanized.
jerry brown, mayor chuck reed, and samsung executive. the city of austin, texas by the way offered similar incentives in an effort to get samsung to move there. >>> after seven long years and spending millions of dollars the new devil's slide tunnels are set to open today. alex savidge is there where a ceremony is scheduled in a couple hours. alex. >> reporter: this is certainly a relief to people who drive this stretch of roadway. later on today crews are set to unvail these two new tunnels. you can see the sign right now says tunnel closed. but in just a matter of hours folks will be driving through there. this will be the highway 1 bypass at devil's slide. this is a $400 million project that features two bores through the mountain. the tunnels allow drivers to avoid a section of highway 1 that has been notorious for rock slides and mud slides. it has closed the road months at a time. devil's slide has been the site of deadly accidents as well. some drivers have gone down the cliff or into on coming traffic. once the new tunnels open, cal tran plans to turn the old portion of hig
was outlined back in august at this city hall ceremony with governor jerry brown, mayor chuck reed, and samsung executive. the city of austin, texas by the way offered similar incentives in an effort to get samsung to move there. >>> after seven long years and spending millions of dollars the new devil's slide tunnels are set to open today. alex savidge is there where a ceremony is scheduled in a couple hours. alex. >> reporter: this is certainly a relief to people who drive this stretch of roadway. later on today crews are set to unvail these two new tunnels. you can see the sign right now says tunnel closed. but in just a matter of hours folks will be driving through there. this will be the highway 1 bypass at devil's slide. this is a $400 million project that features two bores through the mountain. the tunnels allow drivers to avoid a section of highway 1 that has been notorious for rock slides and mud slides. it has closed the road months at a time. devil's slide has been the site of deadly accidents as well. some drivers have gone down the
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a comeback. >>> a mystery on the campus of brown university this morning. the fbi now joining the search for this missing student. we're going to have more from rhode island straight ahead. hey. they're coming. yeah. british. later. sorry. ok...four words... scarecrow in the wind... a baboon... monkey? hot stew saturday!? ronny: hey jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need li
it hasn't been done unanimously. if you'd done this with brown versus the board of education, you'd still have segregated schools in alabama. you can't put that on a ballot. these judges need to decide whether it's a constitutional right, not state by state. >> do you think this is a constitutional right? do you think it's a 14th amendment issue, or do you think this is about an individual? is this an issue about individual rights and expanding them under the constitution, or is this an important social and cultural issue which is evolving, which is changing? >> marriage itself -- it's a little bit of both, and i'll tell you why. marriage itself has always been in the province of the states. in all kinds of relationships like that -- marriage, divorce, child custody, for example -- and usually under the states' police powers, by and large. there's a reason why this worked. when this debate started, when prop 8 was put on the ballot in california, the gay marriage rights lobby was losing, the traditional marriage lobby were losing state after state in many of the constitutions by the simpl
, and he'll be here with dozens of other guests, including charlie brown and snoopy, you've got mr. and mrs. potato head, scoopy dao and also a couple of jakes, jake from adventure time and jake from the neverland pirates if you're familiar, since you do have little kids. >> i am very familiar, there's cubby, izzy. >> reporter: oh, goodness. >> thank you so much, brianna keilar. >>> on a more serious note, 850,000 vietnam veterans are alive today, and the memories still sting. now they're all getting an apology from cbs. after the network aired an episode of "the amazing race" taped near the hanoi war memorial in vietnam, including the wreckage of a downed b-52 bomber in which two americans died. the episode also featured vietnamese children singing a pro-communism song. the american legion national commander, a vietnam vet himself, called it a disgraceful slap in the face to american war here roz. odds the nra is laughing at jaim carrie's new video are about a billion to one. so you dumb and dumber fans should be saying, you're saying there's a chance. in the video, carrey mocks gun suppor
to a state office building. >> this was an old eight-story brown building the state owned and the workers' comp people were in that building. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san franci
in a signing with governor brown and senator reed. it includes reimbursements. samsung is a subsidiary of samsung electronics. >>> for many christians, easter is a time to reflect on god's gift to mankind but for others it can be a chance to delight on candy and sweets. there weekend sales were brisk at chocolate covered that's a shop in noe valley. sales were up from what they were a year ago. >> we were happy to have enough bunnies and carrots and eggs for everybody. >> reporter: easter spending survey estimates the average person celebrating easter will spend about get this $145 on candy, decor, clothes and food. in all easter spending in the u.s. is expected to hit $17 billion. >>> a charity has the video of a rescue of a hawk caught on a utility pole. check the poor guy out. it happened last monday in w atsonville. pg & e brought a bucket truck out to get a wildlife worker up to free the hawk. workers were also able to reunite the bird with its handler. >> seems to be a calm hawk going through that. >>> cony island welcomes visitors for the first time since superstorm sandy. >>> a
want to make sure that we're in compliance with our brown act and, you know, all of the notifications that we do. so, i mean, my preference when we're talking about the rules in the future is that we address that, that if it's noticed to the public, that there might be a different handling of the appeal or a continuance. and if the continuance is requested before the actual noticing goes out, just -- >> i think that there would be a lot of benefits to making -- amending the rules and making these things clear. i want to be cautious about discussing what those amendments might be now because amending the rules was not a noticed item. so, just -- but i -- but what i propose to do is to circulate some possible solutions to what i think are some of the ambiguities. again, based on -- because you have to be cautious about proceeding consistently with respect to each person that comes in front of the board. so, that was my caution also yesterday. >> yes. >> but i do think it would be a good idea to put it on the agenda for some possible amendmentses to the rules. >> and we put that on our a
student she was last seen at the brown university campus march 16th. he was on an approved leave of absence from the rhode island college. cbs amazing race apologizing for what it calls insensitivity from last week's episode set in hanoi, vietnam. the memorial was the wreckage of an american bomber shot down during the vietnam war. listen to this. >> parts of last sunday's episode filmed in vietnam were insensitive to a group that is very important to us foundations veterans. we want to apologize to veterans particularly those who served in vietnam as well as family and any viewers offended by the broadcasting. >> that apology came at the beginning of last night's episode and was voiceed by the show's host phil keegan. that's what we want you to brew on today. you think the apology was enough? you can tweet them to us at fox friends first shoot us an email at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. >>> a financial crisis in cyprus has been averted for now. the small mediterranean island has 13,000 dollar package loans last ditch with predators. it will keep it from collapsing. it will drast
before it was just too late. >>> and the fbi is joining the search for a missing brown university student. he hasn't been seen in more than a week. his cell phone, wallet and i.d. were all found in the apartment he shared with other students. >>> if you are up feeding your baby at this hour, you want to hear this. a new study says parents are feeding their babies solid food too early. 40% of parents surveyed fed their children solid food at 4 months. the american academy of pediatrics recommends that you wait until six months. early introduction of solid foods can increase your child's risk of obesity, diabetes and celiac disease. >>> earlierier we told you about the deal reached in cyprus to secure a bailout. so far it's having a positive impact on stocks around the globe. back here in the u.s., though, gasoline prices dropped 3 cents over the past two weeks according to the lundberg survey. billings, montana, has the lowest price and chicago has the highest at $4.10 a gallon. >>> the bid to take back dell and make it private again may backfire. competing bids from blackstone group and b
afternoon. i'm with the department of building inspection. we are approaching the sixth year of our brown bag lunch series here at the department of building inspection where we talk about topics related to construction in san francisco. we invite you to join us on the third thursday of every month here at the building department. we have an exciting lineup of shows this year. and one of them, today, is going to be really exciting because we have a terrific guest today. mr. woody labounty. >> thank you. >> woody is the founder of the outside lands? >> the western neighborhoods project. we'll talk more about that. >> excellent. and the author of a recently published book, which i have a copy of and it's really fascinating and wonderful. he's going to talk about "carville by the sea" today. we'll look at slides. he'll tell us about the history of the outerlands, previously uninhabitable area of the city. we will invite your questions. so, please, you in the audience if you have questions, let us know. woody can help. thank you, woody, for being here. >> thank you. so we're going to talk a l
pleased to have with us today, pat brown from the department of animal care and control and her friend oreo. >> hi. >> lauren. >> could you tell us what it would take after an earthquake or some other emergency when you are in your home and maybe no power or water for a little while. what it would take for you and oreo to be comfortable and safe at home. >> just as you would prepare for your own needs should an earthquake or a disaster event occur, you need to prepare for your pets. and i have brought with me today, some of the things that i have put in my disaster kit to prepare for my animal's needs to make sure that i am ready should something happen and i need to shelter at home. >> what are some of the things that people should have in their home after an earthquake or other emergency to help take care of their tasks and take care of themselves. >> i took the liberty of bringing you some examples. it includes a first aid kit for your pet and you can also use it for yourself and extra meds for your pets. and water container that will not tip over. we have got both food, wet food an
'm on the board at oakland military, one of governor brown's charter schools he started in oakland. i'm the secretary treasurer of the board. we transform lives. we have about 700 kids. almost none of their parents have gone to college, almost all the kids do, and almost all the kids graduate in four years. so, it's wonderful, wonderful experience. the other thing i've done here, i was foreman of the civil grand jury back in 2001-2002, worked closely with ed harrington and the auditors and the city attorney. we did two investigations which i was directly involved in on the subject of purchasing, how i was kind of curious how san francisco buys stuff and then i've done a bunch of that. after leaving the grand jury, we had a chapter, local chapter of the california grand jurors association. i was president of that for three years. we do recruiting, interviews and training for new people on the civil grand jury. one of the people on that grand jury -- this was 2002, was in the first cycle of the people on this committee, arlene singer. she served two cycleses and tells me it was a great
, and jerry brown won for governor and carmaleeta harris won her race. >> michael: how important do you think the rules will be this week on the 2016 election? >> i think for democrats who are running in 2016 will be for marriage equality. it will be interesting to see what republicans running for president in 2016 will do when they decide wlont they are going to buck their base and perhaps attract more independent voters and more republican voters who fled the party because they are so mean and cruel to gay people and immigrants and others. >> michael: i can't see how -- that it would seem like you were out of the main stream if you are opposed to this. and christine pelosi actually you are right a lot of the time. >> i'm left. >> michael: that's right. november's election was supposed to be the start of a marijuana legalization wave that would seep across the country in sea to shining sea, but said wave is having a little bit of trouble getting off of the couch. that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. the chill of peppermint. the rich
. >> woodruff: plus, jeffrey brown talks to the co-authors of a new book about murder, murderers, and the death penalty at the supreme court. >> we're both intrigued by the stories behind those crimes. there are human beings, victims, perpetrators, families. we take it literally from the scene of the crime to the court. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and na
sharing credit with me your name can go first-- i'm going. it's a small brown paper bag, ma! i'm looking in it right now. why would i make that up? there's no ding dong in it. how are two ding dongs tomorrow gonna help me today? so... this is engineering, huh? i'll talk to you later. engineering. where the noble semiskilled laborers execute the vision of those who think and dream. hello, oompah loompahs of science. sheldon, what are you doing here? i just came by to say hello. i've been in this lab for three years. you've never come by to say hello. well, up until now i've had better things to do. so, what are we making today? a small payload support structure for a european science experimental package that's going up on the next space shuttle. really? how does it work? when this is done, it will be attached to the payload bay and the sensor apparatus will rest on it. uh-huh. so it's a shelf. no, you don't understand-- during acceleration, it needs to stay perfectly level and provide... yeah, okay, it's a shelf. now, i notice you're using titanium. did you give any consideration to carb
from brown university and received her law degree from the university of michigan law school. she currently serves as the assistant special agent in charge of the bureau of investigation, technical service unit. she uses a wide range of advanced technology in support of law enforcement operations, including the internet crimes task force. after evidence and intelligence was developed in a wide range of cases, including homicide investigation to the search of a dangerous fugitive, internet crimes against children, computer intrusions and child of the options, she entered trainees are using the technique in strict compliance with federal law. he also provides instruction to law enforcement officers at all levels of government and techniques for obtaining and using communications evidence in support of criminal investigations end is active in technical and electronics specialists. he graduated and received his law degree from vanderbilt law school. professor orin kerr was an honors program trial attorney. he it was a special assistant u.s. attorney, a former law and in the summer of
that that was the case, and he said it frequently and emphatically. i talked to peter brown, the great expert, and he was told by catholics that oh, august teen -- augustine believed it, but he believed in the early code of the church, which existed, but never applied to what was given out at the agape meal. it applied to the creed, especially. when you were prepared for baptism, you learned the creed by heart. you were forbidden to write it down or to say it out loud anywhere where a nonbaptized person could hear it. that was the innermost secret of the faith, the creed. as i explored it more and more, there's a line of people in the middle ages kind of forgotten now for very good reason, they all had the view that's not really the literal body and blood, and i began to wonder why why do we never hear about the people? we didn't because they were condemned, but nonetheless, there was a tremendous argument about do we take this very literally? some people said, no, it's a symbol. it's gee -- jesus in a represented way. some said if the question came up, well, why is it not -- if it's jesus, why does
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the real duchess gives birth in july. >> may want to invest in some brown contacts. >> for future appearances. >> next at 6:00 we are live in pacifica as the ribbon cutting for the new devil slide tunnel is a few hours away. what you can expect in your drive through the mountains. >> we talked to the family of the bay area marin killed at quantico and how any want their loved ones remember. >> pope francis make as major announcement to >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> now at 6:00, sky 7 showing the new devil slide twin tunnels. in a few hours an official ribbon cutting will take place. drivers will have to wait, still to drive through them. that is our top story this monday morning. hope you had a great weekend. thanks for joining us. >> that orange glow is intriguing from the tunnels. right now, though, we will bring the weather forecast. >> good morning, some of the cooler locations today are certainly at the coast, live doppler 7 hd showing it is quiet but we do have a little bit of fog out there and visibility reduced in the north bay. fur at the
. the deal was outlined in an august signing ceremony in city hall with governor brown, chuck reed and samsung's executive. the package includes tax breaks and equipment reimbursements. the city of austin, texas was offering similar incentives in an effort to get samsung to move there. >>> sal is back. don't tell me we have caltrain delays, sal. >> we do. as a matter of fact, we do. unfortunately, these delays to be for a while, tori and dave. this is because of a train, a northbound train, 211, apparently hit someone. this is reportedly. we're trying to confirm. northbound train 211 has hit a pedestrian in mountain view. we can go to the maps. i'll show you that the area here that's where the train travels can be delayed for the entire system. the freeway nearby, not all that busy. unfortunately, when there are major caltrain delays, some people choose to drive. you might want to think about that if you are driving on 101 or on 280. we'll get more information on this. this is just coming in. let's go to live pictures. that's backed up for about a 15, 20 minute delay. finally got s
governor jerry brown, mayor chuck reed, and samsung electronic executive. it includes tax breaks and equipment reimbursements. the city of austin, texas offered similar incentives trying to get samsung to move there. >>> the long awaited devil's slide towns could open as early as today. alex savidge is joining us live in pacifica where the ceremony will be hold in a few hours. alex. >> reporter: after eight years of drilling and digging and tod these two new tunnels. this is the highway 1 bypass heres at the devil's slide. these tunnels brand new. take a look at them. live this morning. they are just shy of a mile long and they will create a safe and problem free way for people to get between pacifica and the half-moon bay area. this is a $400 million project that features to bores through the mountain. the tunnel allows drivers to avoid a section of highway 1 that has been plagued over the years by mud slides and rock slides. in many cases those slides have closed the two lane road for months at a time. stranding people that live south of here. devil's slide has been the sight o
our banking system is aligned with our -- with the federal government. >> california, jerry brown's tax increases there, which will have a huge impact on the prosperity of california, we've seen stockton now on the verge of bankruptcy, if not there. these problems -- they all will start the very tryingers charlie is talking about, and it could go here. i don't think it will for a while but it will. >> the chinese have to have place to put their money. they'd rather put their money in a u.s. treasury bond. but something is going to change. there's going to be a point where maybe the germans' currency is the place to go. our deficits are so high. >> neil: you're assuming the euro goes away. >> who knows by the way. i it only takes one, when the south seceded from the north -- >> neil: get out of this club. no one gets higher ratings from young viewers or makes us a much buck -- i'm talking how it is that jay leno's boss wants him out. a lesson on corporate snakes that is all too well known. >> you know the hollen general of st. patrick, right? drove all the snakes out of ireland and
semiconductor. the deal was outlined in an august signing ceremony in city hall with governor brown, chuck reed and samsung's executive. the package includes tax breaks and equipment reimbursements. the city of austin, texas was offering similar incentives in an effort to get samsung to move there. >>> sal is back. don't tell me we have caltrain delays, sal. >> we do. as a matter of fact, we do. unfortunately, these delays to be for a while, tori and dave. this is because of a train, a northbound train, 211, apparently hit someone. this is reportedly. we're trying to confirm. northbound train 211 has hit a pedestrian in mountain view. we can go to the maps. i'll show you that the area here that's where the train travels can be delayed for the entire system. the freeway nearby, not all that busy. unfortunately, when there are major caltrain delays, some people choose to drive. you might want to think about that if you are driving on 101 or on 280. we'll get more information on this. this is just coming in. let's go to live pictures. that's backed up fo
for samsung semi conductor. the deal was outlined in a signing ceremony with city hall governor jerry brown, mayor chuck reed, and samsung electronic executive. it includes tax breaks and equipment reimbursements. the city of austin, texas offered similar incentives trying to get samsung to move there. >>> the long awaited devil's slide towns could open as early as today. alex savidge is joining us live in pacifica where the ceremony will be hold in a few hours. alex. >> reporter: after eight years of drilling and digging and building, finally later on today crews are set to unvail these two new tunnels. this is the highway 1 bypass heres at the devil's slide. these tunnels brand new. take a look at them. live this morning. they are just shy of a mile long and they will create a safe and problem free way for people to get between pacifica and the half-moon bay area. this is a $400 million project that features to bores through the mountain. the tunnel allows drivers to avoid a section of highway 1 that has been plagued over the years by mud slides and ro
-- in the new spending limit at the brown in june. welfare andns on they are tough, and they affect many people. make the difficult decisions for them and the country, it would be much worse. active monetary policy and a responsible fiscal policy are two components of our plan and we need the supply side reform to put the full weight of our effort behind the entrepreneurial forces. allows hamas to rebuild and businesses to expand. reforms to schools and universities and apprentice chips are the -- apprenticeships aren't -- important and trade agreements with india and japan and the united states are part of the foreign policy and building those competitive -- in the world. and we can provide the economy with the infrastructure that it needs. investment largest in railways cents victorian times and spending more onerous than in a generation. and the treasury is now writing guarantees for major projects from the old power station site to build a new power station of tomorrow. we switched billions of pounds from current capital spending, to mitigate the sharp decline set in by the last government.
letter of john brown, represented -- travel to the south under a pseudonym before the civil reporting on slavery, advocated irish home rule so strenuously he became a leader of the land late in new york, let the attempt to create an integrated school system in charleston, south carolina, after tha the cy fell to the union forces in the civil war. but wait, there's more. helped to edit autobiographies of jefferson and davis. published the early works of louisa may alcott. and found the most famous beer in 19th century america. not bad, right? that's a nast met redpath. for many of the most famous lecturers of the time including henry ward beecher, the famous preacher, and mark twain. redpath originated a management system for lecturing which made it possible to lecture at the forefront more people into commit more professional. he personally identified speakers and softer participation. so he literally chased them down. nast wouldn't letter -- wouldn't answer any of redpath's letter. pcor mr. nast and talks to him. nast is in a desperate effort to get them to go wit. and he said if you
have the legal right to question the witnesses. >>> and the search now for a missing brown university student is expanding. he has not been seen now for ten days. police in providence, rhode island, they say they are no closer to finding him. his wallet, i.d., credit cards, cell phone, all found in his room. posters are going up all over providence, looking for anyone who might know what happened to him. police say they are now expanding the search to boston, connecticut, new york, as well as philadelphia. >>> it is now a waiting game, waiting to see the big powerball winner to step forward. we want to know who you are. we know the only winning ticket was sold at eagle liquors passaic, new jersey, and whoever has it will be $338 million richer. we'll wait for the winner and the clock is ticking. >> the winners have one year to come forward. and i think -- i would like to say, it is not unusual that somebody winning a prize this large, whether it is a sole person or a group of people, they often take their time, we don't hear from them right away because they are seeking professional a
in unanimous decisions like brown, in school busing, obviously in a lot of areas of extending rights to minorities. they were way ahead of both parties. you go back to the original civil rights raer and both parties were table because we lived in a completely racist, elite structure. and so the court was really one of the only elite institutions in the country that ran against that. while i understand the broader context, i think this is a supreme court that by that historical standard is late and that has fell behind as recently as the '80. this was a supreme court that was upholding states' ability to put people in jail for having gay sex. in 1986. not a long time ago. so they're late, they're behind and i think there will be a tremendous desire to find a ruling. maybe not 100% federalized ruling but to find a ruling that really cracks the door a lot more open toward these rights. >> you're right. the court is late on this. and i'm not comfortable with proposing this sort of state by state approach that jonathan is suggesting. because i think civil rights should not be decided by v
ferguson and the next brown versus board of education. he wants to be on the right side of history. what's your response to that in. >> all of that is quite accurate except maybe where they're guessing about kennedy's mind and the right side of history. but that also sounds right to me. he did rule, he is going to be probably the deciding vote with the other justices evenly split. so which way he throws his weight will be determinative. he did decide in favor of gay rights in two previous cases. somewhat different but also somewhat the same as this. so we'll just have to wait and see about that. >> liz, i want your reaction to the fact that justice roberts' cousin who is gay jean podrasky will be in the audience. she believes that he sees the tide and that she trusts his judgment absolutely. that he will go, in the quote, good direction. that's an incredible development to have his relative. we've seen recently obviously, politicians come out because their children say they are gay and they want to support their child as well as laws that could benefit their children. is not that an inte
would be stopping the pipeline of young, you know, black and brown males directly into the penal system out of middle school. and, you know, i think that's probably a really good start in terms of, you know, making some reasonable impact on our, you know, overcriminalization, overincarceration of young men. i don't know, however, that it would galvanize or bring any more of those young men to his fold given his other stances. as angela said, records do matter and hand paul has quite an extensive one. >> i'm thinking there might be some voters who would give the republican party a second look on that one. hogan, so speaking of your party, and the loss last year, mitt romney, he's announced that he's going to hold a summit for business and political leaders this summer in park city, utah. his former running mate, paul ryan, and chris christie, will also be there. so is this romney trying to be the king maker? >> that's a great question, too. i don't know. i can't see it happen even if he wanted to be. could you imagine the first nominee we put forth would be made the nominee by a mitt rom
votes. >> i know what they're doing. they know what they're doing. anybody of any color, white or brown or black ought to notice what it's about. it's about race. >> they don't understand, if they go in that direction, they're driving themselves further -- >> the whole message to minorities, we're trying to disenfranchise you. come up with a new literacy text -- >> they'll stick with rural areas where no people are. >> thank you, guys. thank you, howard. you're all right. thank you, joy. he's more vintage like me. you through sheer genius. it's caught up with us. >>> up next, first the truth, then the brave. how the people who were supposed to be the referees in the war going up to the war became its cheerleaders on the way. we'll be right back. we're talking iraq and how it happened. [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles military families face, we understand. our financial advice is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. i work for 47 different companies. well, technicall
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